Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Marc Kramer.
You are starting a new company and investors love your idea but are a little skittish about investing in a one-person company.
They think you are smart, creative and hard working. Yet, they are worried what will happen if you have an accident.
Investors prefer to invest in companies with two or more founders. They like fully-formed teams, especially teams that have worked together. Teams that have worked together don’t need to learn each other’s strengths, weaknesses, personalities and quirks.
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Originally published August 3, 2015.